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Identifier: appendixtojourna19177cali
Title: Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California
Year: 1853 (1850s)
Authors: California. Legislature
Subjects: Legislative journals
Publisher: Sacramento : State Printing
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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472 161,484 227,848176,60819,023 34,1008,190 14,6209001,4001,5601,6691,0203,440 36,641 14,385 28,48128,9752,949 Brick S7,C00 - 1,7001,0001,000 $1,7001,5001,200 Sand, glass 1 l.OOO1,000 $1,2001,375 8001,2001,400 1,200 800 1,000 9601,4401,680 1,5001,0101,200 Brick 61,60028,57230,000 5,eoo 6.00020,00045,0003,0002.10030,0002,5002.420 Asbestos — ( Asbestos i Chrome 1,000 ! 2M 1,000 1,600 Brick Sandstone ..Soapstone _. Brick Sandstone _ _ Sandstone Soapstone „ Brick - Sandstone . _Soapstone - _ i Quartz 3,536 070 Other minerals U,237 Totals ?fl2.511,953 $290,362 171,305 $244,469 1,416,823 $183,281 304,633 $412,416 10,100 $12,220 3,000 $4,076 70,400 $100,030 $213,792 $336,167 Total mineral production of Amador County from 1880 to 1913, inclusive; Clay - - Coal — - - Copper Gold - - Lime Limestone Marble -— - Stone industry _ — Silver -- - Miscellaneous and unapportioned $412,416244.469183,28162,611,95312,2204,076100,030213,792290,352336,167 Total - - — - - - $64.; oo o^ irkallQe,

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ar-ne3reie-m- i c aleedire :orid,ne.ue8d. by lat •ge to AMADOR COUNTY. ASBESTOS. Mace Asbestos Mine. It is 2^ miles east of lone, on Sutter Creek; some veins and stringers of the chrysotile asbestos occur in a dark green serpentine along the contact with the black slates. Several small open cuts have been made on this asbestos. IMrs. A. Mace, of lone, owner. CLAY PRODUCTS. Description of Carhondalc and lone .1/a/. \\\ liic area about Car-bondale and lone are extensive deposits of liigh-grade clays. Fineplastic potters clay and fire clays occur in unlimited quantities. Thereis also a highly sandy clay, and associated with these are plastic varie-gated clays adapted to terra cotta, sewer pipe and drain tile, and sim- v.—

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bookid:appendixtojourna19177cali bookyear:1853 bookdecade:1850 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:California__Legislature booksubject:Legislative_journals bookpublisher:Sacramento___State_Printing bookcontributor:San_Francisco_Public_Library booksponsor:San_Francisco_Public_Library bookleafnumber:37 bookcollection:americana

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